A flurry of emotions

No more tears: Goh Jin Wei posing with the trophy for the second time after winning it last in 2015.

PETALING JAYA: Goh Jin Wei turned her frown into a smile and sorrow into joy – all within a week.

A distraught 18-year-old Jin Wei cried all night long last week after her defeat to Wang Zhiyi that saw Malaysia lose 3-1 to eventual champions China in the mixed team quarter-finals.

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